Netflix has confirmed production for the new series Suriname.
Director Yoon Jong Bin will be leading the new Netflix series Suriname. It will be based on the true story of a Korean man who became a drug lord in Suriname. The series will follow an ordinary businessman who has no choice but to cooperate with the NIS in their secret operation to arrest the drug lord. It will be The Spy Gone North director Yoon Jong Bin’s new project.
For director Yoon’s first-ever TV series, A-list stars completed the fancy cast lineup. Ha Jung Woo reunites with Yoon for the first time in seven years. The two have worked together on several projects, including The Unforgiven, The Moonlight Of Seoul, Nameless Gangster: Rules of Time, and KUNDO: Age of the Rampant. In Suriname, Ha will be playing Kang In Gu, who gets embroiled in drug crimes after moving to Suriname to make big money.
Hwang Jung Min and director Yoon have joined hands for the third time, following The Spy Gone North and A Violent Prosecutor. Hwang will turn into the drug lord Jeon Yohan, who has taken control of the drug world in Suriname.
Park Hae Soo and Jo Woo Jin will be playing Choi Chang Ho and Byun Gi Tae, respectively. Choi Chang Ho is the head of the U.S. branch of the National Intelligence Service, who joins hands with Kang In Gu to take down Jeon Yohan. Choi’s henchman is a Korean-Chinese man, Byun Go Tae, who handles all Choi Chang Ho’s dirty works. Yoo Yeon Seok portrays David Park, Jeon Yohan’s lawyer and the brain of the drug ring.
Suriname will premiere only on Netflix.
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